Cleveland History Days Schedule - Friday June 30


Cleveland History Days - Hidden City Tour

10:30 am – 12 pm outside Constantino's Market, 1278 W 9th St, Cleveland, 44113

The Warehouse District has been a leader in telling Cleveland history stories through public art. This tour, led by Tom Yablonsky will focus on the Anthology project which includes five installations completed and one new proposed. Additionally, this tour will visit Lighthouse Park, a placemaking project of the Hidden City Revealed. 

Free to attend (donations encouraged). Registration requested.


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Photo of Corrie Slawson, Anthology artist. Photo by Warehouse District.


Take A Hike® - Erie Street Cemetery Tour 

12 – 12:45 pm at Erie Street Cemetery, 2301 E9th Street, Cleveland, 44115

Enjoy a guided 45-minute lunchtime walking tour of Erie Street Cemetery

Event is free to attend; however, registration is requested.



Landscapes, Landmarks, & Legacies Tour (Lower Yellow Line)

1 – 2:30 pm at Wade Memorial Chapel, Lake View Cemetery, 12316 Euclid Ave., Cleveland, OH 44106

Have you ever wondered about the beautiful monuments and stories around Wade Pond and beyond?

The tour will gather at Wade Memorial Chapel and an expert guide will lead you on a walk through the lower ‘yellow line’ region of the cemetery, giving you a closer look at the Landscapes, Landmarks, & Legacies found there. Tours will be less than 2 miles, on paved road and grassy terrain that may be hilly or uneven at points and will last roughly 90 minutes.

Tickets Required: $20/Per Person

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Finding Hope: Cleveland and the Underground Railroad at the Cozad-Bates House - SOLD OUT

3:30 pm at Cozad-Bates House, 11508 Mayfield Road, Cleveland, Ohio 44102

Take a guided tour of the Cozad-Bates House, the only remaining pre-Civil War House in University Circle. Learn about the development of a new interpretive center that highlights this area’s history of activism on the Underground Railroad and honors those seeking freedom through indoor exhibits and outdoor installations – and take a sneak peek at future phases. 

Free to attend; registration and waivers required.

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East Mount Zion – Art, Architecture, and Civil Rights – Discussion, and Tour

6 pm Tours at East Mount Zion Baptist Church, 9990 Euclid Ave, Cleveland, 44106 

Take an onsite tour at 6 pm to learn about historic East Mount Zion Baptist Church’s role in art, architecture, and Civil Rights. It was constructed on Euclid Avenue Millionaires’ Row between 1905 and 1908 as the Euclid Avenue Christian Church by New York architects George Kramer and C.C. Hamilton. The church is notable for its architecture and art, specifically containing over 100 stained glass windows designed by J&R Lamb Studios, New York. The church also was a gathering space for speakers, organizers, and political candidates working to advance African American Civil Rights, beginning in 1955 when East Mount Zion purchased and moved to the church. Wear comfortable shoes to walk on hard surfaces. This special event is presented by Perspectus Architecture and Cleveland Restoration Society.

Registration is required.


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